- Politics is 'a disease' that needs to be cut out, Kane says Updated: Feb-12-16 11:00 am
SCRANTON, Pennsylvania - Pennsylvania's embattled attorney general says politics in the state is "a disease" that "needs to be cut out."
- Teen accused of shooting trooper during chase waives hearing Updated: Feb-11-16 2:15 pm
PHILADELPHIA - A 17-year-old charged with shooting a state trooper during a chaotic car chase on a downtown Philadelphia highway has waived his preliminary hearing.
- Guard: Man said he'd kill lawmaker's sister Updated: Feb-11-16 6:51 am
PITTSBURGH - A security guard says he heard a man say he'd killed a Pennsylvania lawmaker's sister moments after she rejected his advances.
- House moves to restore prisons money vetoed by Wolf Updated: Feb-10-16 6:28 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf says he will veto legislation passed by the state House of Representatives to restore nearly $1 billion for state prisons.
- Pennsylvania attorney general survives vote to remove her Updated: Feb-10-16 4:11 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Pennsylvania's embattled attorney general survived a Senate vote to remove her from office on Wednesday as all but one of her fellow Democrats stood by her, defeating a resolution that said her lack of a valid law license had rendered her unable to perform her official duties.
- The Latest: Pennsylvania AG vows to continue email probe Updated: Feb-10-16 3:32 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - The latest on the Pennsylvania Senate's plan for a vote on Wednesday to remove Attorney General Kathleen Kane (all times local):
- Educators back Wolf, but skeptical he'll win over lawmakers Updated: Feb-10-16 11:17 am
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Pennsylvania educators are happy to see Gov. Tom Wolf advocating for another big boost in aid to public schools in his second budget proposal, but they are skeptical that he will secure a significant victory from the state Legislature since he's yet to secure victory in his first attempt.
- Pennsylvania stuck in historic budget gridlock Updated: Feb-09-16 3:15 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Gov. Tom Wolf warned lawmakers on Tuesday that Pennsylvania's finances are a ticking time bomb amid a record-long budget gridlock, as he sent them a spending proposal for the coming fiscal year with no full plan in place for the year that began back in July.
- The Latest: Wolf seeks $3 billion tax hike amid gridlock Updated: Feb-09-16 11:41 am
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - The latest on Gov. Tom Wolf's budget proposal to the state Legislature for the 2016-17 fiscal year that begins July 1 (all times local):
- Wolf to float new budget plan amid fight over current one Updated: Feb-06-16 9:08 am
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Gov. Tom Wolf is scheduled to release his 2016-17 budget proposal for the fiscal year that begins July 1. After an unresolved fight with the Republican-controlled Legislature, the Democrat is the first governor in modern Pennsylvania history to come to this point with substantial portions of the budget for the current fiscal year still in limbo. Wolf has made some revelations about what he will propose Tuesday, and here is a look at what is unfinished and what may be a part of his budget package.
- Cheating probe underway at Pennsylvania state police academy Updated: Feb-04-16 4:38 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - An investigation into possible cheating at the Pennsylvania State Police academy has involved dozens of interviews and an extensive collection of evidence since it began in December, the force's commander said Thursday.
- Shapiro, Zappala throw elbows in attorney general's race Updated: Feb-03-16 3:56 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - The race for Pennsylvania attorney general is becoming very heated between two leading Democrats seeking to replace Attorney General Kathleen Kane, set off by former Gov. Ed Rendell's endorsement in the race Wednesday.
- Wolf signs 2-year halt in Keystone Exams' graduation mandate Updated: Feb-03-16 1:22 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - A requirement that Pennsylvania students pass the Keystone Exams to graduate high school was put on hold Wednesday for at least two years, although Gov. Tom Wolf said he remains committed to accountability.
- Campaign cash: Toomey with edge, AG hopefuls accumulate cash Updated: Feb-01-16 9:41 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Campaign finance reports for fundraising and spending activity through Dec. 31 were due Monday for candidates for state and federal office. The reports are not always available from the campaigns or state and federal election bureaus before the deadline. Here is a look at the information available so far in some of the state's most contested races leading up to the April 26 primary election.
- Police: Man killed woman who rejected his advances at a bar Updated: Jan-27-16 10:30 am
PITTSBURGH - Police say a Pennsylvania man shot and killed a woman just moments after she rejected his advances at a bar.
- Editorials from around Pennsylvania Updated: Jan-27-16 10:17 am
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- Big step in Pennsylvania's 2016 primary election begins Updated: Jan-26-16 8:15 am
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - A big step in Pennsylvania's 2016 election is beginning as hundreds of candidates for federal and state offices can start gathering signatures to qualify for the April 26 primary ballot.
- Gregg, Rendell discuss economic policy Updated: Jan-25-16 4:01 am
PORTSMOUTH, New Hampshire - Former Sen. Judd Gregg and former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell are speaking at a public forum in Portsmouth about the impact of fiscal policy decisions.
- Stranded motorists dug out of snow on Pennsylvania Turnpike Updated: Jan-23-16 9:27 pm
PHILADELPHIA - Snowbound college athletes and teenage parishioners spent a night stranded in a miles-long backup on the Pennsylvania Turnpike with hundreds of other motorists, munching on snacks and watching movies to pass the time, before National Guard members and heavy construction equipment began digging vehicles out Saturday.
- Democrat state Rep. Pam Snyder running for third term Updated: Jan-21-16 10:04 am
JEFFERSON, Pennsylvania - Democrat state Rep. Pam Snyder is running for a third term in southwestern Pennsylvania's 50th District.
- AG reaches $450,000 settlement with CVS on expired products Updated: Jan-20-16 5:39 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - The CVS drugstore chain has agreed to pay $450,000 to Pennsylvania to settle allegations that it sold over-the-counter drugs, infant formula and dairy products after their expiration date.
- Stollsteimer quits Democratic race for attorney general Updated: Jan-20-16 11:32 am
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Jack Stollsteimer is quitting the Democratic nomination race for Pennsylvania attorney general.
- Court papers: State wrongly charged ex-Pennsylvania justice Updated: Jan-19-16 6:09 am
PITTSBURGH - A former Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice convicted of using state-paid staff for campaign activities says the state violated her constitutional rights.
- Changing Harrisburg will take longer than a year, Wolf says Updated: Jan-17-16 12:49 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Democrat Tom Wolf's first year as Pennsylvania governor was consumed by a knock-down, drag-out budget fight, and perhaps it had to be expected.
- Pennsylvania's adjutant general takes paid leave of absence Updated: Jan-15-16 1:11 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - The man who heads the Pennsylvania National Guard and the state Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs is taking a paid leave of absence, and the governor's office isn't saying why.